In classrooms today many students are addicted to their technology, such as their phones, when teachers take students phones away some students respond by getting very upset or some just don’t know what to do without their phones. This is shown through the dystopian element of technological control that is in the article “Digital Responsibility” and the book “Fahrenheit 451”. Technological control can sedate people, and make them decile, the people are being controlled through technology and they are so used to using technology constantly that when it gets taken away it creates chaos because people don’t know what to do without their technology. When the use of television is so extreme, it can take over people’s lives, and affect people’s views of society and the world. In the article “Digital Responsibility” the author explains the damages and the bad outcomes of too much technology usage. “Technology can have a large impact on users' mental and physical health. Being overly connected can cause psychological issues such as distraction, narcissism, expectation of instant gratification, and even depression. Besides affecting users' mental health, use of technology can also have negative repercussions on physical health causing vision problems, hearing loss, and neck strain”. The use of technological control is also seen in the book “Fahrenheit 451” because everyone in the society is so consumed by TV that everyone is addicted to it. Everyone gets distracted by TV, and that’s how the government controls the people, because if everyone is distracted by TV then that causes more people to not talk to each other, and it creates untrusted relationships. But when TV is taken away from people they become angry and they feel disconnected. “Montag reached inside the parlor wall and pulled the main switch. The images drained away, as if the water had been let from a gigantic crystal bowl of hysterical fish. The three women turned slowly and looked with unconcealed irritation and then dislike at Montag” (90). This proves that when technology is taken away chaos is created and people don’t know how to act when there is no TV. This shows the dystopian element of technological control.